About Us

Michigan Friends of Jung is a non-profit, volunteer organization dedicated to presenting to the public, both lay and professional, the psychological ideas of Carl Jung. We are composed of people from all walks of life, and are dedicated to the belief that individuals are entitled to information that will aid them in increasing their self-awareness. We both welcome and encourage your interest in our web site, and invite you to visit this page often for updates on future events.     More                   

C.G. Jung Society of St. Louis essay contest.  Theme is "The Alter of the Earth", exploring the intersection of Jungian thought and ecopsychology.
If interested please visit http://www.cgjungstl.org/contest


May 2nd 2014   7pm - 9pm


Events for 2014/15 Currently in Planning



Study Groups

Links of Interest



  • Jungian Reading Group - New Group Starting September 4th, 2014 in Ann Arbor.  This group will be facilitated by Jungian Analyst Cynthia Cuthbertson.  Please use the Contact Us page to learn more or be put in contact with Cynthia
  • Jungian Dream Group - Facilitated by Jungian Analyst Cynthia Cuthbertson. There is a fee for this dream group as it involves the professional expertise of a Jungian analyst. Class size is limited. Second Dream group is in the planning.  Please see Cynthia for additional information
  • Jungian Reading Group - he group meets in the Royal Oak area once a month; day and time yet to be determined. This group is maxed out. Please see Cheri McLaughlin for additional information.




Events Held at the Royal Oak
Senior Community Center
C.G. Jung Society of St. Louis essay contest.  Theme is "The Alter of the Earth", exploring the intersection of Jungian thought and ecopsychology.
If interested please visit